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    Did China Just Crush The U.S. Housing Market?

    A few days ago we finally closed the door on any argument who the marginal buyer in the US luxury housing segment was — the answer: Chinese oligarchs, scrambling to launder their “hot” domestic money abroad (as we predicted first two years ago) and now that Switzerland is no longer a safe offshore venue where one can park cash, they picked US luxury housing as the best money laundering alternative.

    This means that far from indicating a recovery, as the recent surge in the high end of the US housing segment had long been touted, all the relentless move higher in ultraluxury properties prices was simply a recycling of China’s hot money, which unlike in the US, never made its way into the Chinese stock market (explaining why the Shanghai Composite has barely budged in years) and merely ended up in US real estate. If anything, this is simply another confirmation of the epic capital misallocation, and the complete lack of “trickle down” resulting from failed global central banking policies.

    So now that the “who” has been answered, just one question remained: “how?”

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